have been affected and the problem is the f.d.a., they have to go out and investigate and they're already stretched thin and that's why we see food contamination outbreaks and there was a problem with generic drug shortages and it's just hard to get enough inspectors. >> kelly: this is scary stuff. you're talking about, the states, virginia, maryland, tennessee, florida, north carolina, indiana, this is where we've seen some deaths and what's the treatment for this, if you do have it? >> well, if you have it, first of all, it takes about a week to four weeks before you see symptoms and it's not-- more subtle systems than bacterial meningitis and headache and signs of things you'd worry about, slurred speech, with a stroke. if you've had an injection and you know you're having the symptoms, it requires long-term anti-fungal medicine usually intravenous and sometimes for weeks, so, it's very stubborn, hard to treat and serious infection. >> kelly: this is something.